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post #1 of 4 Old 12-28-2010, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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4x4 noisy and kicking

I need some advice.yesterday I engage 4x4 on my truck and there was like a grinding noise and felling on the floor while driving then today when I turn the wheels is like the steering wheel kick back and gets really rough to turn. Thanks in advance.


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Could it be u joints?


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the grinding noise might be from not having both hubs locked in since the front axle isn't moving the same as the rear. and your not suppose to take turns in 4x4 that kickback was the u-joints binding.
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